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John T. Howren (#48140945)
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Candyce Hardin Williams Glaser
RE: William Houren
Father John,
You were completely correct. I made the changes a while back but failed to notify you of that fact. I would really be interested in seeing what you have done. I will gladly share any and all information that I have collected with you. William Houren (should it be spelled Howren?) was the second husband of my husband's great grandmother. Everyone loved him and considered him to be their relative when in fact he was not related at all. He must have been a delightful individual! I have some other pictures that I did not post on Find-a-Grave. If you would like copies of them let me know.
Thank you,
Candyce Williams Glaser
Added by Candyce Hardin Williams ... on Dec 22, 2015 6:28 PM
Mike Casey
Resurrection: CALDWELL
Thanks for the links for Catherine. And for all your other efforts as well.
Added by Mike Casey on Aug 11, 2015 9:51 PM
Marie Cummings
Thank you for the updates. If you are a family member I would be happy to transfer the memorial.
Added by Scott on May 31, 2015 3:26 PM
Wonderful detective work John !!!!

Anita Valdes Woodward -- Now I think she is the adopted daughter of Amelia Corkle and F.P. Valdes from the 1900 Census in Charleston, SC.

She was called Annie, age 11 in 1900. Haven't found anything after 1910 for her, which is why I think she might be Anita. The age doesn't match.

1900 - Age 11

1910 - Age 21 (Haven't found census, but if she married at age 17, she could be anywhere, probably Kentucky)

1920 - Age 28, married to Ben Woodward

1930 - Age 32, widow

1931 - Death Certificate age 32.

Thanks for being so tenacious!

Added by Grace on May 10, 2015 6:07 PM
Cyndi-NE & MO
Hey, I've been going through the burial records at Sacred Heart, Rich Fountain, MO that hadn't been transcribed yet, catching names of those buried who more than likely didn't have markers or if they did were destoyed by the fire that went through the cemetery many years ago. Anyway, noticed you have a few Melies.. if I have set up any and they are part of your family I'd be glad to transfer management of them to you. There were just too many people's names missing from the Rich Fountain area and Freeburg did not have a Cemetery until 1904, first interment 1905. So I went to archives and copied all the burial records from 1881-1909. I found those I was looking for in these records but I am going through and adding any others I find missing. In 1910 death certificates are available. May take me a while but keep an eye out for others if you need them. There are some at Koeltztown too as well as a Melies house still owned by a Melies family who live St Louis area I believe. I live in area, but do not know the family.
Added by Cyndi-NE & MO on Apr 02, 2015 12:39 PM

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